Return on Health: Taking a Different Approach to Employee Benefits
Any savvy business owner will tell you to analyze the Return on Investment (ROI) before making a purchasing decision. While it’s in every company’s best interest to evaluate ROI, many products and services, particularly in the employee benefits arena, do not deliver a direct dollar savings. They provide a different kind of value to the organization, best described as Return on Health (ROH).
Download our white paper to learn:
- The costs of financial, mental, and physical health
- The impact of poor well-being on health and work performance
- Resources employers can offer to improve well-being and see ROH
Highly-stressed employees take twice as many sick days per year. See some startling stats on how stress impacts employee health and work performance in our infographic.